We have new opening hours!
Our kitchen is open Wednesday and Thursday from 15h00 til 19h30
and Friday through Sunday from 13h00 til 19h30.
You can order by phone, every day between 10h00 and 22h00 at 030-2593908
and you are ofcourse welcome to just drop by as well.
Our adjusted menu and order form (in Dutch) is now online.
One part of our assortment are Do It Yourself – sets to take-away.
Our menu may change a little from week to week.
You can pay in our store by card or by exact amount in cash.
We look forward to see you again!
Linda & Kim
Join us at our online workshops:
ONLINE VEGAN KIMCHI WORKSHOP
Learn to ferment and how to make delicious vegan kimchi.
Pick up all the ingredients and your own mason jar at our shop and make with our instructions your own kimchi. Do you want to join the workshop, but you don’t live in Utrecht? No problem! We can send the ingrediënt through mail. For more information contact us.
Costs € 50,00 p.p.
Maximum of 3 participants, don’t hesitate to sign up!
Monday September 14th
18h30 – 21h00
Monday September 21st
18h30 – 21h00
ONLINE KOMBUCHA WORKSHOP
Learn to make kombucha (first and second fermentation).
Pick up all the ingredients, your own mason jar and swing-top bottle at our shop and make with our instructions your own kombucha.
Costs € 40,00 p.p.
Maximum of 8 participants, don’t hesitate to sign up!
What is Bananas?
Bananas is an Asian Food Shop.
At our place you can order traditional Asian foods as well as fushion and modern Asian dishes.
Pick your favourite and you can takeaway to your home, office or the park.
We make dishes we like ourselves with fresh herbs, meat, fish and vegetables.
All the meat and eggs we use are organic.
All our dishes and sauces are homemade.
You can also visit us for cute little Asian presents and Chinese teas.
Who are we?
We, sister Kim en Linda, are Bananas! Yellow from the outside, white from the inside.
Our Chinese family have already been living in the Netherlands from the thirties of the last century, and all the generations before us had their own traditional Chinese-Indonesian restaurants throughout the country with well-known dishes as Babi Pangang and Tjay Tjoy.
We came to live in Utrecht when we came to study here in 2001 and have since been hooked to this city. Like they say in Dutch: “Utrecht is ons stadsie!”
In our youth we helped out at our parents’ restaurant, our home, and after that we have worked in different restaurants in Utrecht. At all these places and from all the people we met along the way, we have learned to eat and drink well.
We are foodies at heart and will ask ourselves about 10 times a day: ‘what shall we eat now?’
We like to make others happy with food, drinks and service.
We hope to share our enthousiasm with you.
See you at Bananas!